Alex Case

English 122


Meeting halfway from the book, is being open to the possibility that using writing to explore you’re minds connective powers can help you both to think new thoughts and to think new ways.

From the book the definition of the philosophy of habits is the overarching goal of this book to make the creativity a daily habit of mind. What they are trying to do in the book is make it creative and different from other books. Instead of just making it paragraph after paragraph it is just a bunch of essays formed into being a book. This author had an idea in his head and went with it. An example that I have had in the real world is in high school my history teacher knew history was boring, but instead of just trying to read the book word for word and just try and have us memorize things he would act some things out thinking that they would stick in our heads.

From the book the definition of reflection is that we can see connected to all the creative archives that can be accessed on the web and reference to materials that cover everything from punctuation ext. ext. Reflection is a way the you perceive something or interpretate. Everyone can have a different reflection on something because everyone is different and looks at things in different ways.

This reading from my experience definitely is secluded by itself because its nothing like I have ever read before. I say this because the whole book is outlined as a bunch of different essays all with the introduction, body paragraphs and the conclusion throughout the whole book. Usually when you read a book it has a thesis and chapters that will somewhat give you an outline of the book. I feel that this book is a good way to approach because it will keep the reader more engaged and make the material in the book better to understand.